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Welcome to the February 2024 edition of the "junior" lithium miner news. We have categorized those lithium miners that are not in production as the juniors. Note: Investors are reminded that many of the lithium juniors will most likely not be needed until the mid and late 2020s to supply the potentially booming electric vehicle [EV] and energy storage markets. This means investing in these companies requires a higher risk tolerance and a longer time frame. Asian Metal reported during the past 30 days, the China delivered lithium carbonate (99.5% min.)
PALO ALTO, California -- American venture capital firm Lux Capital recently led a $30 million investment round for Sakana AI, an artificial intelligence startup born in Tokyo and founded by former Google researchers. Such Japanese powerhouses as the NTT group, Sony Group and KDDI joined the round alongside Lux, which boasts more than $5 billion in assets under management. Brandon Reeves, a general partner, and Grace Isford, a partner, recently explained to Nikkei why they saw an opportunity in Japan.
Given that the company is already profitable, it will look for more inorganic opportunities, and plans to list on Indian bourses in the next 24 months.
Alibaba (BABA) leads record $1B funding round for China's Moonshot AI. (00:24) Broadcom (AVGO) halts $1B sale of Carbon Black business - report. (01:43) Wendy's (WEN) may test dynamic pricing in a first for the fast-food industry. (02:20) Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) is betting big on generative AI, as it led a $1B funding round in Chinese startup Moonshot AI, valuing the AI player at around $2.5B. This is an eight-fold increase compared to its initial financing round.
(Bloomberg) -- Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. led the largest single financing round for a Chinese artificial intelligence startup, the latest in a string of sizable investments that suggest the e-commerce firm is again deploying capital in the hunt for growth. Alibaba joins Tencent Holdings Ltd. and Silicon Valley peers like Microsoft Corp. in placing big bets on generative AI, the technology that powers ChatGPT. It led a $1 billion funding round in Moonshot AI with existing backer Monolith Management, boosting the year-old firm’s valuation eight-fold to some $2.5 billion, people familiar with the deal said.
February 27, 2024 3:16 PMAlibaba recently led a US$1 billion funding round in Moonshot AI. : HONG KONG – Alibaba Group Holding led the largest single financing round for a Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) start-up, the latest in a string of sizeable investments that suggest the e-commerce firm is again deploying capital in the hunt for growth. The e-commerce giant joins Tencent Holdings and Silicon Valley peers like Microsoft in placing big bets on generative AI, the technology that powers ChatGPT.
Alibaba Leads Record Deal To Create Us$2.5 Billion China Ai Firm, Global Enterprise - The Business Times
ALIBABA Group Holding led the largest single financing round for a Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) startup, the latest in a string of sizeable investments that suggest the e-commerce firm is again deploying capital in the hunt for growth.
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Avail, a Web3 infrastructure layer designed to unify the blockchain ecosystem, announced a $27 million seed funding round. : Are you looking to showcase your brand in front of the gaming industry’s top leaders? Learn more about GamesBeat Summit sponsorship opportunities here. Avail, a Web3 infrastructure layer designed to unify the blockchain ecosystem, announced a $27 million seed funding round. Founders Fund and Dragonfly led the round. The company plans to use these funds to further develop its three core products — the Data Availability (DA) layer, the Nexus unification layer, and Fusion, an additive security layer.